Information related to shipping in and around the DPRK
"Courageous" alleged to have been involved in ship-to-ship transfers
Phnom Penh’s first UN sanctions implementation report details broad crackdown on DPRK-linked operations in the country
Chon Ma San began broadcasting location in October, showing at least four trips and lengthy loitering in Korea Strait
Open-source data suggests maritime traffic in DPRK waters reduced in recent days
DPRK diplomat reportedly sought to acquire tank parts and drones, smuggle them through Africa and China
Nam San 8 was photographed hooked up to small unknown vessel two days in a row in mid-December
Only one crew member found after 5000-tonne vessel seized, others reportedly returned to respective countries
Russia’s deputy transport minister in Pyongyang talks pushed for rail container shipments from South Korea to begin
Chief Engineer of the Jang Jin Gang lauded as hero for prioritizing rescue of Kim portraits as ship sank
Treasury Department ordered by court to dispose of the sanctions-evading ship
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